Rosane Ferreira

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His Excellency
Rosane Ferreira
Deputada Federal Rosane Ferreira.jpg
Federal Deputy for state of Parná
In office
1 february 2011 – actual
President Dilma Rousseff
Federal Deputy for the state of Roraima
Personal details
Born (1963-07-31) July 31, 1963 (age 53)
Clevelândia, Parná, Brazil
Nationality Brazilian
Political party Green Party (Brazil)
Rosane Ferreira and Dilma Rousseff.

Rosane Ferreira (Cleusa Rosane Ribas Ferreira, born Clevelândia, Paraná, July 31, 1963), is a nurse and a Brazilian politician.[1][2]

At six months old she moved with his mother Virginia Martins Ribas, to the city of União da Vitória. At age 19 she moved to the town of Araucária, the Metropolitan Region of Curitiba, to attend college. She graduated in Nursing and Midwifery from the Pontifical Catholic University of Paraná (PUCPR), class of 1988.

In 1997 a specialization in Public Health, Oswaldo Cruz Foundation (Rio de Janeiro) and improvement in Collective Health UFPR in 2004. She conducted training courses in Health Planning at the Federal University of Santa Catarina (UFSC) and nursing locomotor Hospital Sarah Kubitschek in Brasilia.

In 1983 she started her activities in Araucaria, acting as Nurse Family Health program, coordination of health centers, in the supervision of Units Network Health as director of the Departments of Health and Sanitation and Health Surveillance. In this position she developed teaching activities as an instructor of courses and attendant nurse and training of community health workers. She assisted in the implementation of the Pastoral, was a member of the Pastoral Worker and Family and the President of the Municipal Health Council in 2004 and 2005.


In 2011 she received the Anna Nery Award, from the Federal Board of Nursing, for her involvement in the causes of nursing as Congresswoman.


  1. ^ Rosane Ferreira critica projetos que reduzem campo de atuação dos enfermeiros, March 20, 2013.
  2. ^ "Deputada Rosane Ferreira (PV) destina emenda de R$ 250.000,00 para Perobal". Retrieved 2 June 2013. 

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